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Hastings Station serves Hastings in Suffolk and it is managed by Southeastern. The station opened in 1851 and rebuilt twice, once in 1931 and again in 2004. Today it is on the Hastings Line, the Marshlink Line and the Coastway Line. Services from the station run to London Victoria, Brighton, Ashford International and Charing Cross. 2.3 million people will use this station each year.
Being a driver, there may be times that you need to trade in your car & take the train. This is why on YourParkingSpace there are a numerous parking spots close to Hastings Station. It doesn’t matter if you take the train every weekday, or are travelling on a one-time trip, the perfect parking spot can be booked. Pre-book now near Hastings Station & save time compared to arriving on the day.
If you have unused parking close to Hastings Station you could have a gold mine without even knowing. There are many drivers who are looking for a place to park. List your space on YourParkingSpace today and the reservations will begin to come in! You’re able to set the price and the availability, and we do the rest.
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It was quite tight to get to the space but we got in ok in a 4x4. Not too far from the high Street.Michael
The booking process was simple and straightforward the location is very handy for centre of Rye. Didn’t see the owner but wasn’t necessary anyway. The pictures were very helpful to identify the location. But the satnav recommended route takes you down a very narrow unmade road “shipyard lane” we over shot the turning first time as it didn’t look like a road. There is another way in on a better road which is probably the van route mentioned in the advert. I would recommend everyone uses the van route. Otherwise no problems.Paul